Foreign scientists to work in Indian institutes

The Centre is all set to launch a first-of-its-kind program next month wherein foreign and NRI scientists can work in the country’s scientific institutions for a period of one to three months. The program titled ‘Visiting Advanced Joint Research’ (VAJRA) is aimed at encouraging top scientists to work in India and guide doctorate and post-doctorate students. The aim of the program is to expose the students to global research culture. The scientists selected under this program will be a cut above the rest in their respective fields. The faculty will…

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NRI, foreign scientists to work in Indian institutes: Government

PTI | Updated: May 24, 2017, 05.26 AM IST VAJRA is aimed at encouraging top scientists to work in India and guide doctorate and post-doctorate students…. Read More NEW DELHI: The Centre is all set to launch a first-of-its-kind programme next month wherein foreign and NRI scientists can work in the country’s scientific institutions for a period of one to three months. The programme titled ‘Visiting Advanced Joint Research’ (VAJRA) is aimed at encouraging top scientists to work in India and guide doctorate and post-doctorate students. “The aim of the…

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To ‘enforce discipline’: No scholarships, foreign visit nod for FTII students who participated in agitation

IN an apparent move to crack down on students of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), who staged a four-month-long strike to protest against the appointment of Gajendra Chauhan as the head of the prestigious institute, the administration has started refusing scholarships and the opportunity to participate in foreign exchange programmes to those who have “disciplinary matters” pending for their involvement in the protests. As per the file notings obtained by The Indian Express, FTII Director Bhupendra Kainthola has directed the heads of departments (HODs) and Deans to…

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‘I was a little homesick’: Prince Harry’s girlfriend Meghan Markle chose acting over a foreign service career because she wanted to stay in LA… as she spends time with the royal in London

Prince Harry’s girlfriend Meghan Markle chose acting over a promising career in foreign service because she was homesick for her native Los Angeles. The 35-year-old Suits star made the confession in an essay for a new book titled The Game Changers, which asked 40 famous women to reveal their ‘success secrets’. Meghan’s contribution was written just two weeks before her relationship with the popular royal was made public. ‘I was a little homesick’: In an essay, Prince Harry’s girlfriend Meghan Markle revealed she chose acting over a foreign service career because…

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